If She Can, So Can You!

24 thoughts on “If She Can, So Can You!”

  1. Aw, this is the sweetest!! Huge smiles, my new friend. For some reason, I don’t get pings, but I happened to still be up and looking in my reader (almost falling over tired) and what a treat!! Thanks so much! Would you like me to reblog? 🙂 Warmly, Brenda

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    1. Brenda! I am SO glad you read this!! I felt awful about what happened to you. You were on my mind all day long. A friend of mine, Patty, wrote a haiku for me when I confided in her that one day recently I was suffering horrific flashbacks of my childhood. So, I know how that made me felt, how a woman who I barely knew, reached out to me, and extended kindness to me. That is beautiful. That is Love.

      I chose to continue the kindness extended to me, towards you.

      I would be honored and thrilled at the same time if you would reblog. I do consider it an honor, for it does not cease to amaze me that in my opinion, I have these great writers and photographers following me, which yes, I consider you. Any time you wish to reblog, please feel free. If my words can reach someone who is struggling, again, I am indeed honored.

      With Blessings and with so much Love, Amy

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      1. Amy,

        I believe I remember Patty’s haiku, she is pretty amazing. I love her magique! I will be pleased to reblog. I hope you have a magical day. I am trying to fix my ever-crashing laptop today, and may need to be off-line for a while.

        Love returned, Brenda

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    1. Dearest Russel, for a man to understand a Rose, amazes me. Wow! Some of my Roses, due to the cold Winters, really struggle to come back to life, and some don’t make it at all. I’ve also had the problem what once was a sunny area in my gardens, was now shade due to a tree growth. So I had to transplant some Roses which if not done properly, can shock the Rose. I don’t remember exactly the story behind this Rose, for I have so many to the truthful, but, when I saw Her, my heart was so full of Compassion and awe at the same time. To want to live that bad and to beat the odds is incredible to see. We as a species can learn so much from BOTH the animal Kingdom and the plant Kingdom. Just saying. (smile)

      Thank you SO much for being here. I am indeed honored. Love, Amy

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    1. You are SO welcome, Line. Be encouraged. Go for your dreams. Just do your best in all you do for that in essence, is truly the only thing you can do. Love you, Line. Love, Amy

      On Thursday, February 13, 2014, Petals Unfolding wrote:

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  2. Reblogged this on Friendly Fairy Tales and commented:
    Thanks to my new friend, Amy, who wrote this beautiful poem for me. I am proud to be someone who beats the odds. 🙂 I hope you have a magical day. My laptop is crash-crash-crashing, but I am hoping to sort it out today. Might be off-line doing that. Warmly, Brenda

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  3. this is simply beautiful. i have always been someone who has appreciated the ‘imperfections’ in trees, plants, flowers, even people. the odd thing is i have always had – and continue to have – difficulty in appreciating my own imperfections. this is a lovely reminder 🙂

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    1. Thank you! It is always hardest, isn’t it, to overcome that inner critic who insists on perfection? How we tend to torture outselves, instead of just accepting, who we are in that very moment. I’m still learning that one to be truthful. I am planning on writing an article where my Journey to Love Me began, yet, in so doing, it pushes me out of my comfortable zone, making me very nervous.

      Bless you for visiting and your comment is very appreciated. Come back any time!!! Lovem Amy

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    1. (((HUGS))) FYI….our plan failed. You still are not on my blog follower. (sad face) We tried. Ya gotta give us both an A for effort. DANG!

      On Thursday, February 13, 2014, Petals Unfolding wrote:

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    1. Thank you, Himani. This is part of who I am. I see a “need” and I fill it. (to the best of my ability) (((HUGS))) Amy

      On Sunday, February 16, 2014, Petals Unfolding wrote:

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